“What do you want me to do for you?”
In times of darkness, the children of God shine even more brightly.
Many of us have attachments. Here are 3 keys to detachment. Willingness is the key – “Not ready Lord, but willing.” (Fr. Bob Bedard, CC) Grow in intimacy with the Lord – Intimacy with the Lord will help us with our detachments. Strive for progress, not perfection – We will not be fully detached from the things of this world during this life. When we die we will be fully detached.
Marriage is supposed to be free, total, faithful, and fruitful.
God is speaking to us all the time. The signal is strong and clear. Sometimes, when we turn the radio on all we hear is static or a bunch of stations combined together and we can’t hear. The Lord is always speaking. The signal is strong and clear. We need to tune in. We need to tune in to the right radio frequency. Tune out all other signals that will leads us to chaos and confusion.
He is making us into a masterpiece and getting you ready for eternal life.
We need to know Jesus personally before we can share that with others. We can’t give what we don’t have. Our one purpose in life is to share Jesus!
The Lord still pours out his healing power today. We proclaim that Jesus is alive. He wants us to pray for healing and he hears our prayers. If we want to see the world believe in Jesus, we need to proclaim him as he revealed himself. We need to let the Lord do what he wants to do. When we proclaim what God has done in our lives people often take the Gospel seriously. We have stories and can witness…
Let the Word of God pierce us. Christians are not meant to live shallow lives. We are meant to live out of the depths of our hearts.
Here are three things that we can do to improve in our commitment to serve the Lord.